Three-point records are being broken annually in the modern era, with the Golden State Warriors -- led by two of the greatest shooters ever in Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson -- serving as the poster team of the 3-point revolution.
But even Curry's Warriors can't touch the 2015-16 Cleveland Cavaliers right now.
Following their 100-99 series-clinching victory over the Atlanta Hawks in Game 4, the Cavs capped off arguably the greatest stretch of 3-point shooting in NBA history.
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First, they eviscerated their own 3-point record for a four-game series, which they just set in the previous round against the Detroit Pistons:
Most 3-pt FG in 4-Game Series - NBA Postseason History— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 8, 2016
2016 Conf Semis Cavaliers 77
2016 1st Round Cavaliers 57
The highlight, of course, was their 3-point barrage in Game 2, when the Cavs made an NBA single-game record 25 3-pointers (regular season or playoffs).
Up until late in Game 4, the Cavs had made more 3-point field goals than 2-point field goals, which is more unbelievable than you probably think it is:
The Cavaliers have 76 3-pt FG and 73 2-pt FG in this series. No team in NBA history has made more threes than twos in a playoff series.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 8, 2016
Ultimately they made more 2-pointers (81) than 3-pointers (77), but the fact that it was that close speaks volumes of the Cavs' unprecedented 3-point shooting.
Cleveland also nearly set the record for most 3-pointers in a series. They made two less than the 2013-14 Hawks, who needed seven games to set their record:
Most 3-pt FG in Single Series— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 8, 2016
2014 Hawks 79 (7 games)
2016 Cavaliers 77 (4 games)
2006 Suns 77 (7 games)
1995 Magic 77 (7 games)
And the Cavs also became the first time to make 15-plus 3-pointers in four consecutive games, implying this is more impressive of a stretch than the Warriors or Rockets or any other team has accomplished:
Cavaliers: first team in NBA history to make at least 15 three-pointers in 4 straight games (regular season or playoffs)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 8, 2016
Overall, the Cavs went 77-of-152 (50.7 percent) from deep during the series, making an average of 19.3 3-pointers per game. The league-leading Warriors shot just 41.6 percent from deep during the regular season, connecting on 13.1 3-pointers per game.
For the 2016 postseason, the undefeated Cavaliers (8-0) are averaging 16.8 3s per game on 46.2 percent 3-point shooting. It's a small sample size, sure, but it's also arguably the greatest one we've ever seen.
Jovan Buha covers the NBA for FOX Sports. Follow him on Twitter: @jovanbuha.